I've done recent repairs to my 2000 windstar and used my Haynes
manual. Now I've also got a CD version of the Ford mechanics manual. I
read both and then use my head for what should be done as I think we
all do. Anyway, the last 4 things I've done have been described
incorrectly or out and out wrong in the Haynes manual. This really
makes me uneasy for all the other folks who may not have the luxury of
a shop manual, common sense, both etc.
Has anyone actually taken Hayes to task with this? I really wonder if
I'd done my brakes (the most recent job) as the Hayes manual suggested
because I'm sure there would have been a breakdown following their
method, torque settings and suggestions of which parts can be reused
and which should be replaced.
With so much litegation I'm surprised nobody has taken them to the